Redstone's payday as executive chairman soared 83 percent, while Moonves enjoyed a 7 percent raise as CEO
The "Colbert Report" host had Letterman's stamp of approval immediately, says the CEO during an interview on CBS This Morning
Colbert quickly emerged as top candidate
The actor and two-time Emmy host addresses reports he's in the running to take over "Late Show"
Will step down in 2015 as longest-serving host in late night
From NBC to PBS, here's who decides what you watch
Network CEO talks future of shows like "Mom" and "The Millers"; predicts Comcast-Time Warner deal will go through
Comcast will "pay appropriately" for CBS content, Moonves predicts
Network announces plans to buy back $1.5 billion in Class B common Stock in Q1 of 2014
This year was Meyer's last at Warner Bros. after more than four decades at the studio
Jeff Berg launched his own agency, Les Moonves took on Time Warner Cable and Miley Cyrus took off her clothes to take over the world
Chairman also talks Spielberg drama "Extant" and NBA contract bids in the wide-ranging interview
Moonves says he hopes government doesn't act
Dispute with Time Warner Cable went on longer than anyone at nework anticipated, he says
CBS and Showtime will return to 3.5 million homes in most major marketes by 6 p.m. ET Monday -- in time for next weekend's NFL...
"Never in my most pessimistic moments did I ever think that they would have lasted this long and have been so difficult"
Moonves calls Britt's "so-called proposal" insincere and "egregious"
American Cable Association CEO Matthew W. Polka is urging Congress to step in and rewrite current retransmission rules
Les Moonves touts "Under the Dome" as revenues rise 11 percent to 3.7 billion
Says network is "very profitable"
The oldest-skewing network says young adults' influence is slipping -- even as it wins their demo for the first time in two decades
TWC is threatening to drop CBS stations as of 2 p.m. PT Monday in a dispute over fees
But he said the feelings expressed on the show were a "reflection of the way some people feel in America"
The exec unloaded 450,000 CBS shares this week
No. 1 in the key demo and total viewers, CBS stays above the fray – mostly
The video streaming service will have a tough time finding a new owner
During the Milken Institute conference, the CBS prez and CEO says Aereo issue is being blown out of proportion
Paramount chief Brad Grey wants to bring TV back to Paramount to insulate the studio from the lagging film industry
The winners celebrate, Les Moonves on "The Boss'" guitar and other top scenes from inside Grammy weekend's parties.
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